Online resources

There are many wonderful resources freely available on line to help you with your practice,

There is a substantial volume of talks by Thich Nhat Hanh and other Dharma teachers which have been made available to watch and listen to online.

Talks by Thich Nhat Hanh

For recent video and a full programme of audio visit the website.

A direct feed of recent talks loaded at is set out below – just click on the link to read about the talk, see the video or hear the audio:

We appreciate the support you have offered the Plum Village Online Monastery team over the past two years to keep this connection alive. If you find the talks beneficial for you and want to help in defraying our ever-rising expenses in making the stream available to an ever-wider audience, please consider acting now to make a donation.

There are also videos of older talks at

Talks byThich Nhat Hanh and other dharma teachers in the Plum Village tradition

There are an increasing number of talks available at


Good places to start are:

Plum Village – Thich Nhat Hanh’s monastic community in France

Thich Nhat Hanh Facebook – Very useful for announcements about talks and events

Deer Park Monastery– Thich Nhat Hanh’s monastic community in California

European Institute of Applied Buddhism – Thich Nhat Hanh’s practice centre in Germany.

Mindfulness Bell website: Sangha directory – An invaluable resource for the traveller as you can use this directory to find Sanghas all over the world.

Mindfulness Bell website: Magazine archive – All previous issues of the magazine will be uploaded into a searchable database.  Don’t forget that you can subscribe to the magazine in the UK in sterling from our website on the Mindfulness Bell page here.

Community of Interbeing UK Vimeo Channel – Beginnings of a site with videos from recent UK retreats,

Wake Up – International site for 18-35 year olds with links to national sites including the UK

Order of Interbeing – Useful US resource site for aspirants and order members. UK procedures are a little different but the site is still a great resource.

Please let us know (using the contact us form) if you know of any other useful online resources.


The Community of Interbeing Manual of Practice – this is currently offline pending update and revision.